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I thought after years of having Celiac - that I had this whole gluten free thing down.  I follow a very strict gluten-free diet. I thought I could always have on a glass of wine when I went out to dinner.  But lately my stomach has been really bothering - bloating, headache  - the whole thing.  I now find out that what I thought was a given - wine was gluten-free is not true.  I just found out that the way some wine is made and stored causes it to contain gluten.  Help - how do I go about finding out which wines are safe? (Besides calling each manufacturer )  Does anyone know which are safe wines for celiacs?  With Friday being tomorrow I need some advice!!!

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Funny thing, I was at a wine shop tonight picking out a bottle of white. I saw a red velvet cupcake flavored wine, and even though I know that wine is gluten free I was still like  :unsure: , lol.

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Funny thing, I was at a wine shop tonight picking out a bottle of white. I saw a red velvet cupcake flavored wine, and even though I know that wine is gluten free I was still like  :unsure: , lol.

If they add a flavoring in or something like that, you would want to know what they used. But plain wine is gluten free.

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If they add a flavoring in for something like that, you would want to know what they used. But plain wine is gluten free.

 

Which is why I stuck with Pinot Grigio  ;)

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If you still think you don't do well with certain wines, as long as you are not going to super fancy restaurants, you could always order one of a few brands that you know are okay.

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